Track Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Statistics From Commandline

4 Responses

  1. Uwe Brauer says:

    Hi
    thanks
    I am running Ubuntu 16.04

    I followed your steps.
    I needed to run it as root
    sudo npm install -g corona-cli
    but even then I obtained
    corona
    /usr/bin/env: ‘node’: No such file or directory

    what is wrong, thanks
    Uwe Brauer

    • sk says:

      Make sure you have installed Nodejs on your system. The installation guide s linked in the article itself. Also you don’t need to run it as root. Just install as normal user with command – “npm install -g corona-cli”.

  2. wb greene says:

    Installed it, had to use sudo npm install -g corona-cli on Ubuntu 16.04. Uwe Brauer doesn’t seem to have nodejs installed.

    What does “nodejs –version” return?

    But it doesn’t work as the api seems to be “down”:
    corona-cli v3.8.6 by Awais.dev
    Track the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).


    ⚠ API is down, try again later.

    Further investigation suggests this is a generic error message.

    I tried corona united states and it fails, but corona USA succeeds. I think you may need to run corona with no arguments to get the country names.

  3. Pierre Masson says:

    Hi, it would convenient to have all the data without the graphical characters, in a CSV format for example. Is this possible?

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